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ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil GO
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Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils when Undrained Soil Shear Strength is Given
ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil GO

Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils Formula

ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil
Q<sub>bu</sub>=A<sub>b</sub>*η<sub>w</sub>*c<sub>u</sub>
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What is cohesive soil?

"Cohesive soil" means clay (fine grained soil), or soil with a high clay content, which has cohesive strength

How to Calculate Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils?

Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils calculator uses ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil to calculate the ultimate tip load, The Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils formula is defined as the product of end_bearing area of pile and bearing capacity of soil. ultimate tip load and is denoted by Qbu symbol.

How to calculate Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils, enter end-bearing area of pile (Ab), Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine w) and undrained shear strength of soil (cu) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils calculation can be explained with given input values -> 950000 = 1*0.95*1000000.

FAQ

What is Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils?
The Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils formula is defined as the product of end_bearing area of pile and bearing capacity of soil and is represented as Qbu=Abw*cu or ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil. end-bearing area of pile is the area of the pile end that bears the load, The wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine is the ratio of the power developed to the available power and undrained shear strength of soil is the shear strength of a soil when sheared at constant volume.
How to calculate Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils?
The Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils formula is defined as the product of end_bearing area of pile and bearing capacity of soil is calculated using ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil. To calculate Ultimate Tip Load for Piles Installed in Cohesive Soils, you need end-bearing area of pile (Ab), Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine w) and undrained shear strength of soil (cu). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for end-bearing area of pile, Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine and undrained shear strength of soil and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate ultimate tip load?
In this formula, ultimate tip load uses end-bearing area of pile, Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine and undrained shear strength of soil. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • ultimate tip load=end-bearing area of pile*Wheel efficiency of a Pelton turbine*undrained shear strength of soil
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